What causes subsidence?

Subsidence happens when the ground moves or sinks, a motion that can occur beneath properties, on roads and even on empty fields. The integrity of a building depends on the strength of its foundations, which means that subsidence causes structural issues to those foundations and, consequently, to the building itself.

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